REVIEWniverse, Mike Judge, the creator of Beavis and Butt-Head is looking to have his dynamic duo make a comeback and is currently outlining 30 brand new episodes of the series.
The show, as if you don't remember, follows two stupid, obnoxious and rude high school kids
living together in the fictional town of Highland. The two get
themselves into plenty of trouble and strange social situations at
school, out-of-school, working their dead-end job at Burger World and
just messing around in their neighborhood. In addition to their antics
outside of their house, Beavis and Butt-Head would also partake in some
Mystery Science Theater 3000-style criticism of various
rock/heavy metal music videos from the likes of Black Sabbath,
Metallica, and many more.
Mike Judge is currently developing the new episodes with the intention
that they return to MTV where it all started. However, it’s important
to note that there is currently no official deal in place with MTV, so
the episodes may end up finding a new home. And the good news is, fans
of the original series won’t have to worry about any unfamiliar updates
to the animation style or show formula as Judge is not only sticking
to the show’s traditional “ghetto-tech aesthetic,” but it will also
feature Beavis and Butt-Head mocking contemporary music video clips
between the various sketches.